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Coldiron Coldiron GALVESTON—Andrea Marie Coldiron, 19, passed away on Monday, Oct. 25, 2010, in Galveston.

She was born on Ga lve ston Island on Jan. 7, 1991.

A ndrea was preceded in death by her grandmot her, Barbara Rogers and also her grandparents, Grady and Jean Coldiron.

She leaves behind very loving memories with her mother, Sharon Rogers and Blane Bragg of Galveston, and her father, Andy Wayne Coldiron of Galveston. Sharing in her loss, too, is Andrea’s grandfather, Dale Rogers of Dickinson, her greatgrandmother, Nedra Still of New Braunfels, her only sister, Aimee Coldiron of Galveston, brother, Anthony Rogers and Alicia Carranza of League City, and her nephew, Kaisen Rogers.

She is also survived by numerous loving uncles and aunts, David Rogers, (Debbie), Daniel Rogers, (Donna), Sandra Williams, (Tony), Shelly Darnell, (Gary), Peanut Coldiron, (Janis), Rodney Coldiron, (Lisa) and Ricky Coldiron, great-aunts and uncles, especially her greatuncles, Bob Walker, (Connie) and Donald Rogers, (Deanie), great-aunt, Mary Kays, (Steve), a host of loving cousins, other relatives and many friends, most especially, her very best friend, Savannah Garza.

Andrea’s memories will always be held in the hearts of her very loving family and she lived life to its fullest. She enjoyed spending time with her family and with her friends.

Perhaps one of her greatest enjoyments was when she spent time with the children of her family and friends including Kaisen, Lyndsey, Lauren, J.J., Alexis, Trae, A lyssa, Gaby, Adriana, Jayce and Bryce.

She passed away like morning dew, before the sun was high. So brief her time, she scarcely knew, the meaning of a sigh.


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